Sketchbook: Architectural Reflections on Grand Central Terminal
John Hartmann, Petra Kempf, Jacqueline Lavin, Gabrielle Shubert, and Nick Venezia
Moderated by Anne Rieselbach
1.5 AIA and New York State CEUs
This program is organized by the New York Transit Museum and is co-sponsored by the Architectural League.
The New York Transit Museum’s new exhibition Grand Central Sketchbook highlights the winning drawings of a competition sponsored by the Transit Museum and the Architectural League. These designs, all featured in a limited edition Moleskine sketchbook, evoke a range of narratives, unusual vantage points, and the complexity and dynamism of a working transit hub. The work forms a collective portrait that captures Grand Central Terminal’s historical legacy and current functionality. For more information on the competition and the winning work click here. This conversation between jurors and winners of the drawing competition will give an in-depth look at the work on view.
John Hartmann is a co-founder of the practice Freecell and served on the competition jury.
Petra Kempf is an architect and urban designer, founder of the research initiative URBANTRANSITS, and a winner of the competition.
Jacqueline Lavin is a designer and a winner of the competition.
Gabrielle Shubert is the director of the New York Transit Museum and served on the competition jury.
Nick Venezia is an architect-in-training and a winner of the competition.
Anne Rieselbach is the Program Director of the Architectural League and served on the competition jury.
New York Transit Museum
Corner of Boerum Place and Schermerhorn Street
Doors open at 6:00 p.m. for a preview look at the exhibition.